Products We Make
With Graphite / Carbon
The pure element of carbon comes in a variety of forms and appearances including black graphene, black and shiny graphite, black fullerenes and translucent diamond. It is special in that it forms solidly connected chains closed off by hydrogen atoms.
- Impure carbon is used for smelting in the steel industry
- Common uses for graphite are furnace linings and pencils
- Carbon fiber is lightweight and strong and found in fishing rods, airplanes and more
- Industrial diamond the world’s hardest material, is used for drilling and cutting
Name: Graphite / Carbon
Atomic Number: 6
Atomic Mass: 12.011
Density: 3.513 (diamond)
Standard State: Solid
Group in Periodic Table: 14
Period in Periodic Table: 2
Block in Periodic Table: p
CAS Registry ID: 7440-44-0
Atomic Radius: 1.70
Covalent Radius: .75
Electronegativity (Pauling Scale): 2.55
Specific Heat Capacity: 709 (graphite)
Shear Modulus (GPa): 542 (diamond); 33 (graphite)
About Standard Die
Standard Die is a precision metal stamper specializing in small parts made from thin grade specialty metals. Mastering refractory metals like tantalum and titanium and common materials like copper and steel, we pride ourselves in delivering the highest quality product with the best customer service in the industry.
Our metal stampings are of the highest quality, and our deep drawn and forming capabilities are among the best in the industry. We specialize in drawing small cups, cans, cones, crucibles and more, yet we are fully capable of forming brackets, rivets, clips, terminals and more.